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favro is live in south san jose at the hilltop manor senior apartments to display how this happened. marianne? >> reporter: janelle, not only did relatives and police miss the body, but on february 26 managers here investigated the apartment and also did not find stanley jacobson's body. neighbors here at the senior apartments in san jose say they're saddened to know the man known as the magician was murdered in his home. this is the woman accused of stabbing him to death, 46-year-old regina butler. neighbors describe her as his girlfriend. police say they've been investigating her on suspicious of defrauding jacobson out of insurance money. he had early stage dementia. his granddaughter reported him missing and ultimately found him in his apartment hidden beneath a pile of linens and blankets. she had been to the home three times since her grandfather had gone missing. >> based on the investigation of what we know right now, we believe he was murdered early february, probably between february 5 and the 8th. >> reporter: investigators believe the body was repeatedly missed despite t
is at the lab right now to determine if it was the one used in the stabbing. we're live in san jose tonight, george kiriyama, nbc bay area news. >> okay, george, thanks for the update. >>> detectives are still piecing together the bizarre murder of a 69-year-old man from san jose. stanley jacobson was found stabbed to death in his home at the hilltop manor senior apartments this week. he was hidden beneath a pile of linens and blankets. jacobson's body had apparently been there for an entire month despite visits from several people, including the missing person's unit from the san jose police department. >> in viewing the photo, it's fairly obvious that any normal reasonable person would have done a cursory search as they are basically required to do. and not many people, if any would have found this body. it was underneath a lot of clutter. >> officers have arrested 46-year-old regina butler in connection with his death. neighbors describe her as jacobson's girlfriend. police say they had been investigating her on suspicion of defrauding jacobson out of insurance money. >>> now to a story
in the raids. >>> new this morning, san jose has seen a spike in crimes like burglaries and car thefts. "mercury news" looked at crime stats. 28,000 property crimes were reported in 2012 and that is nearly 30% increase over 2011 and the highest figure since 1995. it is generally a reflection of statewide trends for more property crimes. san jose ranks fifth among biggest large cities. >>> berkeley restaurant owner is hoping to be back in business after spending the night making repairs at chez panisse. an electrical fire was racing through the ground floor. john alston shows understanding the main upstairs dining room is still intact. >> reporter: instead of dleigtd the friday night dinner crowd. they were boarding up windows and among the disappointed was jamie drake that was planning to have a birthday dinner here. >> the reservations are tough to get. yeah, what better place to go to chez panisse for your birthday. that was the plan. we are lucky we live down the street. we will come back. >> reporter: the fire started just after 3:00 in the morning. the apparent cause was a faulty
for weeks. robert handa is live now in san jose with new information on the city's eighth homicide of the year and a very strange circumstances surrounding it. robert. >> very strange. we're at the victim's apartment complex. this management letter was posted on all the units expressing sorrow over stan jacobson's death. but it also says stan brought people here into his life dangerous to his own well being. that is what investigators also believe. >> reporter: people at the hilltop manor city apartment are still reeling over the bizarre circumstances surrounding the disappearance of their friend 69-year-old stan jacobson missing since february 5th but who's body was discovered stabbed to death in his apartment yesterday. today police revealed the person arrested yesterday is 46- year-old regina butler and acquaintance of jacobson and a person seen with him. he talked with butler just before the arrest and confronted her about jacobson's disappearance asking her -- >> what happened to him the night you stayed with him the last night. she says i don't remember. i was on drugs, too d
and little confrontation as san jose police cleared out a major homeless encampment today. it was in city owned land. officials are concerned that these encampments have become unsanitary and a risk to public safety. >> i don't know how long we have been here. i think like eight months. i worked all my life and i'm sick. that is why i'm here today. it's sad, it's sad that this they give us no resources. >> when we are dealing with encampments themselves, we have to think of balancing the needs of the people living here and the needs of the community and the potential damage to the environment as well. >> city officials say that nonprofit organizations have reached out to the people at the encampment, trying to get them in housing. others do not qualify, and some do not want to go b at this time, there's not enough beds in san jose to house the homeless. >>> senator mark leno drafted a bill that required the county to pass a resolution before a gun show could be held at a county facility. the bill is the latest in many attempts to ban gun shows theity palace. in 2009, then governor removed
. these are pictures from last weekend's buyback in san jose. today's event runs from 10:00 to 3:00 at the solano county fairgrounds. you can get $100 for a working handgun or shotgun, or $200 for an assault weapon. solano county law enforcement agencies say funds are limited and they are still accepting checks and cash donations. >>> workers are now pouring concrete on the final section of the roadway of the new bay bridge. this is happening on the eastbound deck of the so-called oakland touchdown. today's work is considered a major milestone. crews will shut down the bay bridge for the last round of construction work starting on august 28th. and the bridge is set to open to traffic right after the labor day weekend. kpix 5 is the official television station for the bay bridge opening ceremony. we are counting down the days until the new eastern span opens in september. >>> workers are rebuilding this weekend, after a fire hit a world famous food destination in berkeley. cabella's waters was in tears after seeing the damage at her restaurant. >> the beams ar
the neighborhoods and reach out to young people about alternatives to violence. >>> san jose police are trying to explain how they missed the body of an elderly man stabbed, then stashed in his apartment. detectives had checked the place after the man was listed as missing. but as mark sayre tells us, the big break came yesterday when the victim's granddaughter wound up back at the apartment alongside the suspected killer. >> reporter: family members have been looking for him for more than a month. police even made a visit to the apartment. despite all that effort, the man's decomposing body was right there the entire time. 69-year-old stanley jacobson was last seen by his family on february 4th and now, more than a month later, police have arrested regina butler and charged her with murder. his granddaughter says the family has always suspected butler, who the family believed to be homeless. >> and latched on to a senior that had an apartment and some place for her to hide out in and, you know, he's -- you know, diminished capacity. >> reporter: police now
of gains for the stock market and it's more good news for workers in san jose. that city's minimum wage goes up starting monday. it is set to go up from $8 to $10 an hour that some business owners fought against. but kpix 5's len ramirez found one man who has had a change of heart. >> reporter: piece of my heart in san jose is ahead of the curve when it comes to san jose's new minimum wage law. >> we rolled it out in december instead of waiting until march to do it. >> reporter: the owner says a funny thing happened when he boosted priced and raised pay. workers were happier and more productive. >> it makes a differences when you wake up in the morning and check your account and you can pay for everything that you need. >> reporter: and customers barely noticed the 25-cent increase on slices. >> we have had a couple of customers notice but when they fine out it's all going to the employees, they like our employees, they're happy so it's worked out. >> reporter: that's not how it all started out. the voter-approved initiative which raises the minimu
---trabajadores del ayuntamiento de san jose, comenzaron hoy la limpieza de un lote baldio ubicado a un costado del rio guadalupe a la altura de la calle spring... ---durante el desalojo se desmantelaron casas de campaÑa, lonas, colchones, ropa, trastes para cocinar y otras pertenencias de los casi 30 desamparados que continuaban viviendo en las inmediaciones... ---no hubo detenidos durante el operativo... cesar ---un famoso restaurante de berkeley arde en llamas... take vo ---el incendio en el "chez panisse" ubicado sobre la avenida "shattuck", se reporto poco antes de las tres de la madrugada de hoy causando daÑos a la parte frontal del inmueble de varios pisos... ---las causas del siniestro continuan bajo investigacion y el monto de los daÑos aun no ha sido revelado... topvo cesar ---anoche en san jose, un incendio tambien quemo un hogar cerca al parque kelly.. ---al llegar, los bomberos encontraron la vivienda completamente en llamas y tambien detectaron varios cables de luz caidos... ---al momento del siniestro, no habia nadie en la casa y los investigadore s no saben si los cables caus
reflects a statewide trend. san jose ranks fifth among america's safest large cities. >>> a famous berkeley restaurant owner is hoping to be back in business in the next week or so after spendth night making repairs to the iconic he connecticut. the main upstairs diningupathyoeÑ the panisse. >> what better place to go for your birthday. that was the plan. we are lucky we live down the street. so we will come back. >> the fire start the just after 3:00 in the morning. the apparent cause is a faulty electrical box under the front porch. main dining room upstairs is fine thanks to a sprinkler system bum the will be some repair work. it opened in 1971 and is theath reopen next weekend. >> throughout the evening people stopped to look at the damage including one woman who had her wedding kinner here. >> my husband said it burnt down and i said no! it looks like it is going to be all right. >> there was another fire here almost 31 years ago to the day. insurance will cover the repair work here, as well as the salar
and the low cloud deck over san jose. mostly cloudy. in the 30s to 40s. once again. 37 in santa rose a.38napa. i want to point out this is slightly warmer than where we were 24 hours ago. though it's a cold start we are about like where we were friday. if you were out early you know what to expect. 37 in walnut creek. widespread 40s, 46 san francisco, 43 in areas around haywood. 38 san ramone. again we will start now to see the temperatures slowly turn around over the next two hours and then into the afternoon a nice warm up in store. here is the forecast. picking up just a little bit of high cloud cover around are the bay area, san jose reporting mostly cloudy by ten its clearing out. even the coastline looks mostly clear for your saturday afternoon. temperatures will be a few degrees above yesterday afternoon highs. pacific satellite view the system that brought the little bit of rain and then moved sight is pushing eastover arizona. we are still on the back edge of this trough like pattern. ridge of high pressure and the difference between the two could bring up the winds just a bit in to
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the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ ♪ death of an elderly man who had been reported missing. san jose >>> bizarre twist in the stabbing death 6 an elderly man who had been reported missing. san jose police are trying to explain why they missed the body when they searched the man's apartment. kpix 5's mark sayre explains how one mystery got solved right before the suspect's eyes. mark. >> reporter: family members have been looking for him for more than a month. police even made a visit to the apartment. nobody found him even though he was right there the entire time. 69-year-old stanley jacobson was last seen by his family on february 4th and now, more than a month later, police have arrested regina butler and charged her with murder. his granddaughter says the family has always suspected butler, who the family believed to be homeless. >> and latched on to a senior that had an apartment and some place for her to hide out in and, you know, he's --you know, diminished capacity. >> reporter: police now say they believe jacobson's body had been in his u
for the eastern shore. 46 degrees currently in san jose. 66 degrees today in los gatos 68 in oakland. a little chillier along the coast and the peninsula. we will season '70s and the north bay. 70 in santa rosa and napa. we will continue to feel the warming trend and look at the extended forecast but for now erica back over the years. >> there was a three-point-four magnitude earthquake off the coast near bolinas this morning. geological survey, the quake hit around 2:15 a-m. the epicenter was 23 miles south west of bolinas. no reports yet of injuries or damage. >> bar patrons in downtown walnut creek have started seeing changes at their local watering holes. police are trying to avoid more incidents like this one. especially over the past three weeks, when the police chief announced the elimination of the downtown patrol program because of staffing issues. kron four's philippe djegal spoke with bar managers who say they're doing their best to keep weekend nights >> as part of their conditional use permit agreement, downtown walnut creek bar managers say they stagger closing times on busy nigh
level of fth.09. the accident happened on her 17th birthday. >> the san jose man accused of trying to detonate a car bomb in an oakland bank pleaded not guilty this morning. the 24-year-old was arrested bit fbi after an investigation. federal agents say that he was trying to bomb this bank of america branch off haggenburger road. investigators say an under cover fbi agent told the suspect he has tied to the taliban helped design something that looked like an explosive, but it was harmless. >> a pleasant hill man is under arrest accused of trying to smuggle five ounces of open yim into the country using shampoo and lotion bottles. officer as rested the 63-year-old man in march 1. an x ray detected anom mallies. the open yim, they say was worth about $4,000 on the streets. >> today we don't know at this point when an animal sanctuary is going to reopen after a deadly lion attack. >> a 24-year-old volunteer intern diana hanson was killed on wednesday. a cage door is now the focus of this gaichlgt gaichlgts -- investigation. >> the 550 pound lion pounced and 24-year-old diana hanson wa
tonight at 6:00 the new minimum wage in san jose. $10 an hour, starts monday. how you may be paying for it already. >> i'm sandhya patel. system brought us rain heading out. what is coming in for the weekend. >> imposters poising aztec support targeting consumers. i'm michael finney. ahead, how you can protect yourself against fraud. >> and you'll see what it takes to move a museum. tonight the woman who tonight the woman who choreographed a bigys of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >>> after years of cutting back to save money san jose mayor is ready to start beefing up public safety again two. years ago the city facing a $115 million short fall. the mayor and counsel laid of
. >>> new details now in a homicide earlier this week that took place in an up scale san jose neighborhood. they tell us they arrested 20- year-old galigos. a man's body was found with several stab wounds. now, the police have identified him as 27-year-old eric wright. the police say the two men knew each other and when interviewed they said that he had blood on him. they don't believe this was gang related. >>> san jose police are releasing new details about the city's 8th homicide of the year. 69-year-old jacobson's body was found yesterday inside of his home at the senior apartment. jacobson has not been seen since february 5th. the police say they believe his body was in the apartment the whole time. even when they were inside investigating. >> not many would of found this. it was underneath a lot of clutter and, and from the pictures that i saw, it was -- i don't think i would of found it. >> the police arrested 46-year- old regina butler. the last person seen with jacobson, the investigators have evidence that butler was trying to scam him. >> reporter: the man charged with killing
: this is the lowest the unemployment has been since 2008. live in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu. >>> the positive job's report pushed the dow to a new record close. the dow gained 67 points today. in -- >>> one delicatessen owner is not very pleased with the fact wages are going up. >> i'm not in support of this measure, no. any time we can cut costs or not have to pay more, we're going to try and do that. >> reporter: workers are seeing the raise thanks to a measure that was passed last november. essentially it will mean an extra $80 a week for full time workers. >>> a man pled not guilty for charges that he tried to explode a car bomb at a bank. leneza was being monitored when he took what he thought was a real bomb to a bank of america branch. they said leneza hoped to trigger a civil war. government agents say they arrested him after he tried to blow up that phony bomb. leneza is due back in court in april. >>> the son-in-law of osama bin laden appeared in federal circuit court. . sulaiman bu ghaith pled not guilty to try to kill americans. bu ghaith is believed to be involved more in -- >>> a m
hiz floom a complex in san jose. it was discovered by his granddaughter under a pile of clothes and blankets. police say jacobsen had been dead about a month. investigators say butler may have been defrauding jacobsen for insurance money. >>> a group of lawmakers is closer to banning gun shows from the cow palace. mark leno prop yogs a law requiring supervisors to both give okay for any gun show to be held at the venue. the cow palace is on land owned by the state. >> last six months, within two miles from this very location here we have had 75 gun-related crimes. >> gun show organizer dz not return calls for comment. they say the gun show is the most popular show in the nation. >> 11 bay area mothers going to take their message to washington next wednesday. the group moms take the hill will urge lawmakers and the white thousands pass legislation banning assault weapons and enact stricter background checks. the coalition formed following a school shooting in newtown, connecticut. members say congress needs to act soon. >> just trying to make sure that nobody else gets hurt. ther
because we're better. >> in san jose. police say they've solved two recent murders in the city. this person is behind bars, accused of a stabbing a man to death. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the victim, in his twenties, was found near guadalupe oak grove park on wednesday. and an arrest also made in another murder. this woman is behind bars -- accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death in his apartment. this was the scene yesterday on ironwood drive at the hilltop manor. the victim -- who suffered from dementia-- went missing in early february. police say at some point over the last few weeks, he showed up without anyone noticing. and was killed. this marked san jose's eighth homicide of the year. >> gary: coming of the warriors' game and colin kaepernick signing autographs. and the 49ers stadium looks great >> state senator mark leno and other city leaders, annouced a proposed law which would require both the san francisco and san mateo county boards of supervisors. to vote on whether gun shows could be allowed at the cow palace. and he openly
face 10 years in prison. he is scheduled to return to court later this month. >>> san jose police have arrested a man in connection with a fatal stabbing at a parking. police say 20-year-old vincent gallegos killed 37-year-old eric white. news chopper 2 was over the scene when white's body was found in guadalupe oak grove park. police say they don't believe it was gang related. >>> tonight we're getting a better picture of the damage done to berkeley's penny's restaurant in an early morning fire. allie rasmus live with the latest on the fire. >> reporter: to my right you can see some of the wooden boards where they're getting ready to board up the broken windows here. they're canceling all of the reservations at least through march 23rd. the restaurant will be shut down because of the fire. there were lots of hugs. >> it definitely touches me deeply. i care about this neighborhood and businesses. i mean it's just our 41st year. >> reporter: the fire broke out at 3: 3: 3:00 this morning. it started underneath the business. >> where the fire originated there's some electrical equipment
, about five degrees warmer than yesterday, 6 in san jose, 60 in san francisco. santa cruz not bad 63 degrees. tonight set the clocks ahead one hour, daylight savings time begins tomorrow. no chance of rain all week long. have a great weekend. >> that's your latest forecast. erica? >> all right. thanks. >>> we are talking weather. when it comes to predicting the path of the biggest storms, the super computers in europe seem to have ours beat. why the difference? al roker takes a look. >> reporter: they were dire warnings that shut down the nation's capital. >> our biggest snowfall in two years. can you believe it? >> reporter: forecasters promising washington's worst storm in two years. but that didn't happen. >> the question is, tom, do we need the push broom or the great, big shovel out here? we don't need either. >> reporter: the weather channel's jim cantore, known best for braving water like this -- >> hold on to the camera, brad -- >> reporter: was left in the snowless capital. >> no snow anywhere to be found. >> reporter: cliff mass is an atmospheric science professor at the un
of cutting back, san jose's mayor is ready to buy up public safety again. two years ago they were facing a short off and laid off some employees and gave others a 10% pay cut. finances have improved and the mayors says he wants to spend the bulk of the money on police. >> we need town crease the capacity of the police department, we need to be more aggressive about recruitsing, hiring and training, and we need to get more officers on the street. those are things we will be able to do because we have extra money to spend this year. >> the police and fire unions were the most vocal in opposing the cuts two years ago. the police union issued a statement in a reads, in part, we were expecting to hear bold leadership from the mayor but instead we heard a women per. starting monday as the minimum wage workers are getting a two dollars an hour increase in race. they claim it will hope both business own speakers employees. here's business and technology reporter david loui. >> the boss hasn't said anything yet but he will get a pay rise next week. he works 40 hours a week while in college. the m
. >> reporter: this is the lowest the unemployment has been since 2008. live in san jose, maureen naylor, ktvu. >>> the positive job's report pushed the dow to a new record close. the dow gained 67 points today. in -- >>> one delicatessen owner is not very pleased with the fact wages are going up. >> i'm not in support of this measure, no. any time we can cut costs or not have to pay more, we're going to try and do that. >> reporter: workers are seeing the raise thanks to a measure that was passed last november. essentially it will mean an extra $80 a week for full time workers. >>> a man pled not guilty for charges that he tried to explode a car bomb at a bank. leneza was being monitored when he took what he thought was a real bomb to a bank of america branch. they said leneza hoped to trigger a civil war. government agents say they arrested him after he tried to blow up that phony bomb. leneza is due back in court in april. >>> the son-in-law of osama bin laden appeared in federal circuit court. . sulaiman bu ghaith pled not guilty to try to kill americans. bu ghaith is believed to be invol
it is in response to consumer demand. >>> after couple of years of cutting back to save money san jose mayor is ready to start beefing up public safety once again. 2 years ago the city was facing a 115 million dollar budget short fall. mayor and council laid off some city employee from his many others took 10% pay cut. finances have apparently improved now and mayor reed says he wants to spend the bulk of the extra money on police. >> we need to increase the capacity of the police department. we need to be more aggressive of about recruiting, hiring and training. we need to get more officers on the street. those are things able to do because we have a little bit of extra money to spend this year. >>reporter: city police fire union were the most vocal in opposing the cuts two years ago. the police union issued a statement that reads in part we were expecting to hear bold leadership from the mayor but instead we heard a whim perfect. >>> san jose another moment. city minimum wage there and the workers getting a raise. big one. 2 dollars an hour. that increase to continue dollars put
, justin waldman, kron 4. >> pam: san jose police say, they've solved two recent murders. this person is behind bars accused of a stabbing a man to death. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the victim -- in his twenties was found near guadalupe oak grove park. on wednesday. and an arrest also made in another murder. this woman is behind bars -- accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death in his apartment. this was the scene yesterday. the victim -- who suffered from dementia -- went missing back in early february. police say, at some point over the last few weeks, he showed up without anyone noticing. and was killed. this marked san jose's eighth homicide of the year. >> hello and happy friday this is a live look at the golden gate. no clouds. we did see partly cloudy conditions but temperatures are looking more mild. the wind gusting at 15 mph. half moon bay nearly 30 m.p.h. 12 m.p.h. hayward, redwood city, 28 m.p.h.! we are looking have plenty of sun but if you're going to go to lake tahoe? look for some pop up storms. around strawberry and live canyon for
where we have temperatures cooling off. upper 40s livermore. and concord 47 degrees. 48, and san jose 48. we have a clear . we are springing ahead with our temperatures. you'll see that in a second. also this weekend when you go to bed saturday night, set your clocks ahead one hour. here's how things will be changing. sunset tonight was 6:11. sunshine is going to be a lot later. of course, you lose that hour in the morning. that is over baja, california, and heading into southern arizona where they had widespread small hail in both phoenix and scotts dale and also tucson this morning. low pressure is moving out, so it's all about this will begin excerpting inflounce tomorrow. sunshine with highs in the 50s. once that high pressure goal bets warmer, it's going be stranger than we first thought, but next week it is all about the 70s. this is your coldest day for the next week. san jose 65. it's a few degrees below average. san mateo 67. your high 66. san ramon 65. low 60s for kentfield, mid 60th for sanoma. a couple degrees milder on sunday. it's an on slot of 70s all the way through frida
. our media partners at the san jose mercury news report that the team has sold three-fourths of the seats at the new stadium totaling $300 million. that's roughly equal to the cost spent to build the stadium so far. the team says they are on track to sell outcome pleatly before the start -- out completely when the niners start playing in the south bay. >> and meantime, the 49ers' quarterback may not have come home with the super bowl and judging by the number of people who came out to greet him, he is still a winner. the faithful turned out by the hundreds for an autograph and to have their pictures taken at the danville safe way. >> any girl would love to have him. i am telling you. he is a doll. too bad i am grandma. >> she was impressed. >> she was. >> despite the team's loss to the baltimore ravens, kaepernick has not lost his star power. the lines stretch out the front door to the corner and down the street. >> new at 11:00, a dive bar in washington state is saying if you want to drink, take off the new google glasses. the bar in seattle is warning people they mu
' new santa clara stadium. our media partners at the san jose mercury news report that the team has sold three-fourths of the seats at the new stadium totaling $300 million. that's roughly equal to the cost spent to build the stadium so far. the team says they are on track to sell outcome pleatly before the start -- out completely when the niners start playing in the south bay. >> and meantime, the 49ers' quarterback may not have come home with the super bowl and judging by the number of people who came out to greet him, he is still a winner. the faithful turned out by the hundreds for an autograph and to have their pictures taken at the danville safe way. >> any girl would love to have him. i am telling you. he is a doll. too bad i am grandma. >> she was impressed. >> she was. >> despite the team's loss to the baltimore ravens, kaepernick has not lost his star power. the lines stretch out the front door to the corner and down the street. >> new at 11:00, a dive bar in washington state is saying if you want to drink, take off the new google glasses. the bar in seattle is warning people t
in 30s for many of you including redwood city, san jose, fremont concord and san jose livermore. radar, though, is clear. the south bay you cleared out the rain this morning and all of that mess has headed toth south and east. as i mentioned high pressure moving in. we are springing forward this weekend. tomorrow night set your clocks ahead one hour. might want to check the batterys on your smoke detectors, as well keep you and your family safe. sunset tonight was 6: 11. sunset on thursday 13 minutes after 7:00. darker later starting sunday. it is dark over arizona much of the day today. they had a high in fee in addition about 55 greece with widespread hail. now, that's moving out so the wind has died down. now, tomorrow high pressure begins building but still preltty far ie wachlt we'll get the sunshine but highs will be levelled off in mid to upper 60s. by next week high pressure is closer. we will have an offshore wind developing and that's going to get us from mid 60s to likely mid 70s. now it looks like more than wurn day. forecast changed warmer longer next week. weekend will fe
panel are paul rogers, science and environment reporter for the "san jose mercury news." tom vacar, consumer editor for ktvu news. and martha mendoza, reporter for the "associated press" based in santa cruz. welcome, everyone. yesterday, thousands of law enforcement officers came together in honor of santa cruz police sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler, shot dead last week by a suspect they were questioning about a sexual assault. the memorial was so big, organizers moved it to hp pavilion in san jose. mm martha, you were at the event. what struck you about it? >> it was really a sad, sad day. it was shakingly sad. there came a moment when one of the officers' partners picked up their son, 5-year-old waukeen. he has his mom's hat over his eyes and holding a teddy bear. you just see this is a kid who's never going to have his mom again. and, you know, her longtime boyfriend just said that he had promised her when he had seen her body that he would always take care of these kids. there were so many people who just loved both of these officers. >> this was rea
. of course, we all are interested in creating a high-speed rail project that would connect san jose to san francisco as part of the statewide high-speed rail system. it is an important project where i'm very excited that california will become the first state to actually start construction potentially this year on this. so, just to compare ideas here and where we are in this, currently the high-speed rail authority is proposing to electrify caltrain, of course, to build a temporary $250 million station at fourth and king, and with electrification it would not yet go to the transbay terminal. that requires, of course, the dtx or downtown extension. what we have looked in talking to caltrain about is to combine the electrification and downtown extension. we think it's important we get to it sooner rather than later. [speaker not understood] implemented more quickly, there could be more environmentally friendly project and we think could be delivered as a public private partnership. i always have a hard time getting that out. caltrain, of course, electrification of caltrain is a way of getti
one balancing - park station. people in san jose after a thousand people a day a thousand days that's one million people dropped off into traffic. that's unacceptable that's one every 3 a and a half years. also another problem 2 hundred people try to cross geneva avenue everyday. the cars leon on both sides of the street 2 thousand people r. and someone's going to get killed. it's a low priority. in the meantime, you're studying 70 millions and 60 millions for student traffic. it might cost 3 hundred thousands to serve traffic across the avenue. in the meantime someone's going to get killed there. i want you to reexam your priority. people have just as right as much to safety >> david. >> david again two items on general public comment. regarding shelters i have spoken about the new shelters and those locations don't have muni signs. again, i would ask if i could follow-up what the new contradiction is for the new shelters and including high volume park station on 19th and the other street don't have muni shelters. and i understand there's a special spring break transit schedule f
the memorial was so big, organizers moved it to hp pavilion in san jose. mm martha, you were at the event. what struck you about it? >> it was really a sad, sad day. it was shakingly sad. there came a moment when one of the officers' partners picked up their son, 5-year-old waukeen. he has his mom's hat over his eyes and holding a teddy bear. you just see this is a kid who's never going to have his mom again. and, you know, her longtime boyfriend just said that he had promised her when he had seen her body that he would always take care of these kids. there were so many people who just loved both of these officers. >> this was really kind of an unprecedented outpouring of grief for santa cruz when they decided to move it from kaiser permanente arena downtown to hp pavilion, it was clear they weren't sure exactly what kind of reaction they were going to get or how deeply the community needed to grieve to get this out of its system. >> it's true. this wasn't just the community of santa cruz grieving by any stretch. what happened at hp pavilion was police from all over californi
mean? we break it down for you. coming up. >> in san jose. police say they've solved two recent murder cases in the city. this person is behind bars, accused of a stabbing a man to death. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc7 news. the victim, in his twenties, was found near guadalupe oak grove park on wednesday. an arrest also made in another murder. this woman is behind bars -- accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death in his apartment. this was the scene yesterday. the victim -- who suffered from dementia-- went missing in early february. police say at some point over the last few weeks, he showed up without anyone noticing. and was killed. this marked san jose's eighth homicide of the year. >> new tonight-- operators of the cat haven wildlife sanctuary say they will re-open on sunday. just four days after the death of volunteer dianna hansen. hansen was killed wednesday, when a 550-pound lion escaped from an enclosure. today. founder dale anderson said there is no evidence that hansen's death was due to her own carelessness.he said she was not talking on her cell
, that things that are not as announced but every single week whether it's oakland san jose or san francisco, that is young kid and i get this text every night calf can american meal 17 -years-old victim, to the chess, to the head. we have got to end this gun violence we have got do embrace, strategies that work so that, you can keep our cities safe. that will help us, as much as education is, as much as investment in housing is as much as investing in buss as well. it's got to be the whole package and i don't care what poles say or what political groups say it's the right thing do let's all join together and make sure that happens. (applause) >>> i'll close i want to thank dan and tim for awful their good economic analysis, i think they guided you with that i'll be happy to answer questions in a moment but i'll close with a type thought: you know we are living today in an extraordinary city at a very extraordinary time. a time where there is really anistonnishing innovation and really unlimited promise. and that for this innovation are being created by our own people here in san franc
rogers, science and environment reporter for the "san jose mercury news." tom vacar, consumer editor for ktvu news. and martha mendoza, reporter for the "associated press" based in santa cruz. welcome, everyone. yesterday, thousands of law enforcement officers came together in honor of santa cruz police sergeant loran "butch" baker and detective elizabeth butler, shot dead last week by a suspect they were questioning bo
reality of crime and this is a year of where crime went up everywhere in san francisco and san jose and quite frankly and i'm being very honestly about this because of what the president said the other night we are for the not going to end -- unless we get the universal background check on gunses because california and oakland have some of the strongest laws in the country but the guns come in across nevada evidence and we need all of your help to support the president on this. because if you care about the violence in america cities, we have to have -- it's a no-brainer if it's legal for a teenager to have a machine begun in the streets of urban america and that is leading to this higher murder rate across the country it makes a difference. so, if you need to we need you to help support the president on that and you can do that and my organization is to -- to help the obama administration we can bring down violate crime permanently if we also refer to the issues of giving opportunity to young people and hope. and oakland more than other cities we have more people that have been
to us. and you took that from us. >> right now at 11:00, a mother's grief. a san jose family is searching for answers after their son was murdered in broad daylight. good evening, everyone. i'm janelle wang. raj and jessica are off tonight. a deadly stabbing has rocked the quiet and affluent neighborhood of almaden valley. police have arrested a suspect, but is the family is far from feeling any closure. we also learn about a good samaritan who helped comfort the victim in the final moments of his live. george kiriyama has the details. george? >> reporter: that's right. the victim and the man arrested in this case knew each other. and what led up to the fight stabbing, investigators are still trying to figure that one out. >> i want to know what my son could have done, you know, that could have been that detrimental to where he had to be brutally stabbed. >> reporter: evelyn kendricks says the last two days have been an emotional roller coaster for her. in fact, the night her son eric wright was stabbed to death inside guadalupe day oak grove park. >> i see a car in the flatb
but look for 65 in oakland. 67 in san jose. maybe a couple of 70s out by the delta and santa rosa and on even warmer tomorrow. >> katie: next at 8:00, a terrifying incident, find out where in the bay area this happened and hear from another woman. plus google's high-tech glasses >> katie: good morning, happy saturday. it is 8:00 a.m. let's check with the weather. >> good morning to you. from emeryville camera, 44 degrees, one of the warmer locations and we're looking at a lot of sunshine. today we're warming up. in fact the winds we had yesterday really backing off and that will allow the temperatures to come up through the 50s quickly and stop there at the coast. so upper 50s to the upper 60s and there could be a few locations around 70. nine days away from spring and feeling like a spring forecast. i'll explain coming up. >> katie: we have breaking news in the north bay where a police chase has come to a dramatic conclusion. it apparently begin with an armed robbery at a walmart store. live in american canyon with the details. >> reporter: good morning to you. i'm told a man wit
. >> plus, thousands of workers across san jose are getting a raise next week. why people who first thought the minimum wage hike would hurt their business now support it. >>> it's 7:00, saturday morning, march 9th. thank you for joining us. >> a quick look at the weather. mostly sunny skies to start out your saturday with, and it's going to stay that way much of the day. readings this morning about an hour from now will be near 50 degrees. on the chilly side, but boy, a nice, warm finish. weather details in a few minutes. first, here's anne with the latest. >>> this morning, more than a dozen of the bay area's most wanted men are out of commission this weekend. one of oakland's most dangerous gangs is all but annihilated after a massive sweep across the bay area. it's not stopping there. kpix 5's christin ayers on how some in the community are joining operation cease-fire. >> reporter: a scream, a struggle, a horrifying armed robbery captured on surveillance video near oakland's lake merritt. police say the men in the video belong to the notor
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